Keystone Announces Randy Wilson as New Chief Financial Officer and Chief Revenue Cycle Officer

March 3, 2015 at 5:07 pm

November 20, 2014

 

Memphis, TN

Keystone Healthcare Management, Inc. announced that industry expert Randy Wilson will be joining the company on a full-time basis. He will take on the newly developed role of Chief Financial Officer and Chief Revenue Cycle Officer. Keystone has been utilizing his consulting services since March, and in that time he has played a key role in strategic planning.
Randy Wilson
As Chief Financial Officer, Wilson will assist in developing financial and tax plans, oversee the financial operations of all subsidiary companies, implement operational best practices, review all financial statements, construct reliable control systems, mitigate the company’s risk profile and develop financial performance measures that support the company’s strategic direction.  As Chief Revenue Cycle Officer, Wilson will continue to ensure that the company maximizes revenue from the time a physician prepares a patient chart to the time Keystone receives payment for the chart from a third party payer, while meeting all compliance standards.

“Randy is an exceptional person who has already had an enormous impact on our business.  Randy has a remarkable record of success and achievement in accounting, finance and all aspects of emergency medicine and hospital medicine billing.  Our Management Team and Board of Directors are jubilant to have such a talented, accomplished and passionate person on our Team!”

“Keystone is an amazing company with a bright future and is positioned to become a major player in physician Emergency Department and Hospitalist staffing and management,” said Wilson. “I look forward to the anticipated rapid growth and development of an exceptional company.”

Prior to joining Keystone, Wilson served as President and CEO of Schumacher Group Medical Billing, a subsidiary of the Schumacher Group, for 9 years.  While at Schumacher, Wilson managed the installation of a new billing system, allowing the company to grow from 600,000 annual visits to 4.5 million annual visits, and reduced billing costs by 35%.  Prior to joining Schumacher, Wilson spent 8 years with Gottlieb’s Financial Services as Controller, then Chief Financial Officer, where he managed the billing services for more than 10 million patients per year.